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A 10-year-old from Montpelier took the crown — and probably a few of the judges' olfactory glands — in the annual rotten sneaker contest, which lured eight other finalists to Vermont's capital city from across the country.
The results of a Southern California Edison customer satisfaction survey came under question when it was learned that employees had hacked into the data system and changed the phone numbers of those to be surveyed to those of friends and family.
Bryan County prosecutors charged Patricia Kay Michel with unlawful delivery of a controlled drug after she dialed a wrong number and allegedly discussed procuring drugs with her former probation officer.
Thirty-three couples began a competition in Singapore to see who could live in a moving cable car for a week — enduring stifling humidity, motion sickness and only 10 minutes to use the toilet each day.